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Old 12-19-2009, 01:35 PM
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Default BABV is so SLOW!

On BABV practically all I see is this
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I have a headache from all that waiting!
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The blue thing at the top says, "Train Station", but the background is at, "Bearville Outfitters"! I am really in the train.
This is really annoying because it is so sssssssllllllllooooooooowwwwwwww!
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that happens to me too...
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i no what you mean by slow. at least they have put that mini game when you first log in
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Yes! BABV is fast for me again!
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Re: The Title Map "Train Station" that is just a graphic glitch. Just clear your cache and reconnect the game.

There are a few different reasons why Build-A-Bearville runs slow. Here are a few things you can try to speed things up a bit:

Make sure you are not running any other programs while you are in Build-A-Bearville. If you were visiting another website first, make sure you exit out of it. Don't try to play in Build-A-Bearville while you are downloading music or video content from another site. This may slow things down!

Sometimes things run slowly when a den is beary busy. For example, Friday afternoon is a popular time to log in to Build-A-Bearville. You might find that the game runs slowly then. Log in again, and this time, try clicking on a den that isn't quite as full of Guests as the others.

You might be playing on a slow computer. You might have more programs installed on your computer than your computer can handle. Even if all the programs aren't running, they can slow things down. Talk to an adult in your home about deleting programs you never use to give your hard drive more space.

Your computer might have spyware. There are programs you can use that will check for spyware on your computer and clean it out for you.

Your computer might have a virus. There are programs you can use that will check for viruses on your computer and get rid of them for you.

You might have a slow Internet connection. There are three main ways to connect to the Internet from a home computer: dial-up, cable, and DSL. If you have a dial-up connection, you connect to the Internet with a telephone line. This is the slowest way of connecting. You might always have a slow connection if you connect to Build-A-Bearville using dial-up. But there are a few things you can do to make sure you get the beary fastest connection possible: Use the fastest modem you can. You will need a modem that sends and receives information at a speed of 56K per second. A modem with a speed of 2MB per second is even better. Lastly, make sure there are no problems on your telephone line.

I hope this can help you!
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Re: The Title Map "Train Station" that is just a graphic glitch. Just clear your cache and reconnect the game.

There are a few different reasons why Build-A-Bearville runs slow. Here are a few things you can try to speed things up a bit:

Make sure you are not running any other programs while you are in Build-A-Bearville. If you were visiting another website first, make sure you exit out of it. Don't try to play in Build-A-Bearville while you are downloading music or video content from another site. This may slow things down!

Sometimes things run slowly when a den is beary busy. For example, Friday afternoon is a popular time to log in to Build-A-Bearville. You might find that the game runs slowly then. Log in again, and this time, try clicking on a den that isn't quite as full of Guests as the others.

You might be playing on a slow computer. You might have more programs installed on your computer than your computer can handle. Even if all the programs aren't running, they can slow things down. Talk to an adult in your home about deleting programs you never use to give your hard drive more space.

Your computer might have spyware. There are programs you can use that will check for spyware on your computer and clean it out for you.

Your computer might have a virus. There are programs you can use that will check for viruses on your computer and get rid of them for you.

You might have a slow Internet connection. There are three main ways to connect to the Internet from a home computer: dial-up, cable, and DSL. If you have a dial-up connection, you connect to the Internet with a telephone line. This is the slowest way of connecting. You might always have a slow connection if you connect to Build-A-Bearville using dial-up. But there are a few things you can do to make sure you get the beary fastest connection possible: Use the fastest modem you can. You will need a modem that sends and receives information at a speed of 56K per second. A modem with a speed of 2MB per second is even better. Lastly, make sure there are no problems on your telephone line.

I hope this can help you!
Thanks Niki! I think I had to many other websites open.
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